With a question mark on the future of RJD after its chief Lalu Prasad Yadav's conviction in the fodder scam, Bihar Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh today urged "good leaders" of that party to cross over to ruling JD(U).
"Good RJD leaders must join JD(U) which is upholding secularism and working for the uplift of poor and downtrodden," Singh said.
"RJD is no more a party... Is there anything left in that party for someone to lead," he asked.
The senior minister, however, refused to comment on the CBI court judgement on the RJD chief and 44 others in one of the multi-crore fodder scam related case.
"People of Bihar have already rejected RJD and the party does not have any future," Singh, a personal friend of the RJD chief from college days, said.
"After Prasad's going to jail whatsoever is left (of RJD) will also finish," the minister added.